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Guovdageaidnu Kautokeino

Juhls’ Silvergallery Kautokeino

The first silversmith in Norwegian Lapland has now reached its 50th anniversary (established 1959). A lifework built up by Frank and Regine Juhls. An o...

Kautokeino

Suohpatjavri Nature and Cultural Trail

This Nature and Culture trail is located 10 km south of the village of Kautokeino. Itis 4.5-km long marked trail with information signs and a picnic ar...

Guovdageaidnu Kautokeino

Kautokeino Church

Kautokeino Church is one of the churches with the most churchgoers in Norway, and is particularly busy during Easter. It was built in 1958, after the...

Kautokeino

Thon Hotel Kautokeino

Right in the heart of Sapmi you will find the small village of Kautokeino and home to the Thon Hotel Kautokeino. With panoramic views of the tundra, hu...

Kautokeino

The old road to Kautokeino - Masi/Bingis

Starting in Masi, you begin the gentle ascent to the summit/mountain plain. You can spend the night at the Bingis mountain lodge, you must contact the...

Guovdageaidnu Kautokeino

Pikefossen falls

Pikefossen falls is the only waterfall (8 metres) on the Kautokeino/Alta River. The name is derived from a Sami legend of a girl herding reindeer while...

Kautokeino

The Nordkalott Route

The Nordkalott Route is an approx. 800 km long marked trail. This scenic adventure starts in Kautokeino and ends in Kvikkjokk in Sweden and in Sulitje...

Maze

Masi/Maze

Máze/Masi is located halfway between Alta and Kautokeino along highway 93. The name is derived from Mázejohkka, the winding river. With the planned co...

Maze

Masi Sion/Maze Sion

Máze Zion, the first church in Máze Zion was built in 1721 by the Sami missionary, Thomas W. Westen and Morten Lund. The first public sector school in...

Kautokeino

Kautokeino Tourist Information

Welcome to Kautokeino – the heart of Sápmi and the centre for Sami education and research. Kautokeino is a meeting place for the indigenous culture a...
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